We think Rampfest is the best indoor skate park in Melbourne. I mean, we’re obviously going to say that though, right? Since 2008, Rampfest Indoor Skate Park has been located at 47-85 Hillary St, Braybrook in Melbourne’s western suburbs. Just a quick skate, scoot or ride from the Tottenham Train Station, you can easily find us only a stone’s throw from the Central West Shopping Centre.
Originally built with BMX riders in mind, over the years we’ve changed, reshaped & grown into one of Melbourne’s favourite places to scoot, skateboard, roller skate & more. Catering to all sorts of freestyle action sports, Rampfest has been built for everyone, beginner to pro. Large ramps, small ramps & everything in between makes Rampfest the perfect place to take some lessons and start your skate, BMX or scoot journey today. With the Olympics including both skateboarding & freestyle BMX, Rampfest also helps you train to become an elite level athlete.
Following the story of our Australian Freestyle BMX Team qualifying for the Olympics, this article looks at the years 2020 & 2021 as Logan Martin, Brandon Loupos & Natalya Diehm trained through all the covid chaos, cancelled events and lockdowns that took over the world.
There was triumph and disaster ahead for the team, read on to find out more.
Part 1 of our "Road to the Olympics" articles takes you through what the Australian BMX Team did in 2018 & 2019 to kick off the qualification process.
It started with injuries and falling behind the USA early... but ended with a World Championship and the rise of two incredible bike riders.
The Olympics is very different to most other events in that you can't just enter because you feel like it. So how do you get to the Games? How do Nations Qualify, how do athletes get chosen? We'll cover both of these topics for you in Part 3 of our Freestyle BMX Explained Series.
We'll also give you the list of athletes competing at Tokyo - including the Aussies to cheer for!